• Rosana Castrillo Diaz

    Anthony Meier

    Office supplies have been a consistent subject of and medium in Rosana Castrillo Diaz’s demure art for the past few years. Over that time, she has become known for near-invisible Scotch-tape installations and exquisitely detailed drawings of stacks of paper, notebook spines, and wads of rubber bands. Castrillo Diaz’s recent exhibition took things a step further, revealing both the effectiveness and the shortcomings of a practice reliant on obsessive detail.

    The show’s visually elusive centerpiece was a 2007 work (all works untitled) constructed from loops of transparent tape affixed not to the

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